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Verified Purchase. I am torn about how many stars to give this. Almost the first half of the book the dialogue was so stilted, it was bizarre. The 2nd half the writer caught her groove some and flowed a bit better. There are many numerous errors in grammer and spelling. All the sisters in the book except for Cass got drunk most of the days they were together, even to the point where they passed out. They were hung over from being drunk the day before or that afternoon.
I have nothing bad to say about having a bottle of wine or getting a little tipsy in a oops. These people drank til they would have no memory left.
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This didn't actually add to the story line, this seems to be normal to the author. Personally I have no use for drunks in real life.
What interest me was the relationship between the sisters. I felt like it was a real interesting example of how communication between family members can be so buried and not spoken. In this case it was twenty years. How it can even in small or big ways affect how we deal with the world. I will say this to authors, if you have a series each book should be a complete story unto itself.
Do not leave glaring unfinished business for your next book. In the end I liked the book but I will not bite and buy the next book to see this one finished. If this book had been polished and edited properly I might have. June 29, - Published on Amazon. I am an avid reader of all types of fiction.
So many books, so little time. This was a complete and total waste of my time. I could have been reading an actual book instead of this drivel. I usually finish even the most awful books, but I just couldn't justify spending any more of my summer reading time on this. This isn't even a good beach book.
I just can't stand books that are supposed to be about strong women, yet the women are insecure, unsure of themselves, and unable to be honest with themselves and the other characters. If I could, I would give this zero stars. Just step away from this terrible book and pick something else. Thank goodness it was free. July 25, - Published on Amazon. Based on the reviews, I thought this would be an enjoyable beach read.
I was mistaken. The book is not well written, the characters are not engaging, the plot lines are thin, there is little action, dramatic tension, or romance. I made myself finish it thinking that it would get better, or at least come to some sort of satisfying conclusion but once again, I was mistaken.
I recommend you pass on this one. Unfortunately, I bought the sequel "Summer of Dragonfly Changes" at the same time. Since it was already in my Kindle app on my iPad I thought I'd start it. I found more of the same. I'll be deleting both of them. March 17, - Published on Amazon. I chose three stars because I can't review the book without a rating.
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I am so happy to see these reviews about the bad grammar abounding in ebooks these days. I was beginning to think no one else noticed, but how wrong I was. It is so disheartening to read these types of authors' mistakes over and over. I expect authors either to be literate or to have an editor who is. I was astonished in one Kindle book when the author continually referred to a male character "sewing" his wild oats. The line in this book that got me online to comment is one I see constantly.